Peter Choe 

Senior Director, Exusia
Peter Choe

Peter Choe 

Senior Director, Exusia

Biography

Peter Choe is a Senior Director, Account Delivery Architect and Practice Lead at Exusia, Inc. As a Senior Director, Peter is responsible for oversight of the firm’s business interests in the eastern region of the United States. As a Delivery Architect, Peter leads the architecture, design and implementation of global data programs for Exusia’s clients. As a Practice Lead, Peter founded and leads Exusia’s rapidly expanding Informatica and data quality practices and is responsible for defining solutions, delivery oversight and quality assurance across business verticals and accounts. Additionally, Peter leads Exusia’s data governance automation and implementation teams and is responsible for building custom solutions for clients, building frameworks, accelerators and integrations with different products / tools.  He is also responsible for training team members on new technologies.

At Exusia, Peter utilizes his diverse skill set and extensive knowledge of the finance and healthcare industries to thrive in high-growth/ high-demand environments. He has a track record for building strong relationships with vendors to reduce costs, improve services and support corporate strategic goals, and for providing clients with comprehensible technology solutions that surpass user experience, business and financial goals.

Prior to Exusia, Peter was the Manager of Data Architecture as well as the Manager of the Informatica Center of Excellence at CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. In this role, he focused on stabilizing the Informatica platform, improving data quality and metadata management, and facilitating a foundation for offshore development and support. Previously, Peter was at Knightsbridge Solutions (HP) where his leadership skills and technical abilities on projects were utilized across many Fortune 100 companies in both the Finance and the Health and Life Sciences practices.

Peter attended Johns Hopkins University and received a B.S. in Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering.

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